If your existing fireplace is in need of a makeover with new doors, or a new mantel, we offer custom-made doors, screens, and mantels.
We do not offer installation services for products purchased elsewhere.
Before you decide to repair your fireplace or install a brand-new system, there are a few things you should consider. If you don’t already have a fireplace in your home, then you’ll need a Professional Contractor to inspect the house and help you with the requirements of building a system into the home.
However, if you already have a fireplace in your home but perhaps it’s outdated or doesn’t work at all then it’s time to start looking into your options. Which starts with understanding the type of burning system you currently have in your home. Whether it’s gas or wood-burning there are many types of fireplaces.
Choosing Prefabricated or Masonry?
Prefabricated fireplaces and chimneys (also known as factory-built fireplaces) offer a cost-effective fireplace installation compared to a hand-built masonry wood-burning fireplace. Having us install your wood stove or fireplace requires just a few days, compared to a week or more for a masonry fireplace.
Please understand that the engineered hearth products (fireplaces, woodstoves, fireplace inserts, etc.) are only safe and functional when the two main components, the chimney and fireplace installation, are done at the same time. The fireplace manufacturers undergo testing of the prefabricated fireplaces and chimneys together.
Hearthside Fireplaces and More has performed many fireplace installations and remodeling. Let us help you decide which system is right for you.